Reading is the window to the imagination. Some say it is like dreaming with your eyes open. It takes us to faraway places with we have to stay where we are. The whole world opens to you when you learn to read. Studies have also shown that children who read books daily score better in academic tests.

This printable worksheet set is a fun tool to encourage kids to read and journal the best parts of the books they've completed. Let's read!

Printable & Activity Objectives

Age: 6 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: On-going, Items Needed: Colouring and writing pencils

In this activity, your child will be able to collect printable bookmarks to commemorate and remember the different books they've completed.

It will help your child or student:

  • Evaluate and write a simple review of the books that they've read. Each bookmark represents a book that they've completed and collecting more bookmarks will encourage them to read more.

Let's start reading!

How to Get Started

Simple steps to start:

  • Research and find out about how to encourage children to read and be a lifelong reader. Here's a good video by an 11-year old on her love for reading and why kids should read more.
  • Start working on the printable worksheet!

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What's in the Printable Worksheet Pack

This printable pack consists of 1 printable worksheet with 3 printable bookmarks. Each bookmark represents one book your child/student has completed. Enjoy!

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